I support the research needs of School of Earth, Energy & Environmental Sciences (SE3) through materials collection and research support for the school's departments and their related labs and research groups. As the Earth & Environmental Sciences Librarian, I work with faculty and students to provide instructional support for SE3 undergraduate and graduate courses and to assist research through consultations on various topics at the Branner Earth Sciences Library. In addition, I purchase books, journals, online databases and other resources by request for students and faculty.
|GS 1||Winter 2017||GS 1: Introduction to Geology||Sperling, E.|
|EARTH 117/EARTHSYS 117/ESS 117||Fall 2016||EARTH 117/EARTHSYS 117/ESS 117: Earth Sciences of the Hawaiian Islands||Cina, S.; Fendorf, S.; Maples, S.; Petterson, R.; Reineman, A.; Reineman, D.; Vitousek, P.; Francis, E.|
|GS 150/GEOPHYS 199||Fall 2016||GS 150/GEOPHYS 199: Senior Seminar: Issues in Earth Sciences||Bird, D and Sleep, N|
|GS 55Q||Winter 2017||GS 55Q: The California Gold Rush||Dennis K Bird|
|EARTH 100||Spring 2017||EARTH 100: Research preparation for undergraduates||Saltzman, J|
- MLIS, Library & Information Science, San Jose State University
- PhD, Earth Science, University of California Santa Cruz
- BS, Engineering & Applied Science, California Institute of Technology
Special Libraries Association, Silicon Valley Chapter President
Thrasher, B., Xiong, J., Wang, W., Melton, F., Michaelis, A., & Nemani, R. (2013). Downscaled climate projections suitable for resource management. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 94(37), 321-323.
Thrasher, B., Maurer, E. P., McKellar, C., & Duffy, P. B. (2012). Technical Note: Bias correcting climate model simulated daily temperature extremes with quantile mapping. Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, 16(9), 3309-3314.
Thrasher, B. L., & Sloan, L. C. (2010). Land cover influences on the regional climate of western North America during the early Eocene. Global and Planetary Change, 72(1), 25-31.
Thrasher, B. L., & Sloan, L. C. (2009). Carbon dioxide and the early Eocene climate of western North America. Geology, 37(9), 807-810.